Kerala is known as the “city of the seas”.
As the city’s name suggests, Kumbhlurpur is one of the most beautiful places in India.
There is also a small harbour there, the port of Kumbhmelur and its harbour is called the “Kumbhalabhoomi” or “sea-city”.
However, it has a very different reputation from the name of the city.
Kumbalpur is also known as “the city of the hills”.
In fact, its hills have a very long history.
This is the story of the hill culture of Kabbilani district of Kerala.
The hills are located on the northern side of the district, close to the coast, at an altitude of around 3,000 metres.
There are several places where the hill people of Kambal village live, where they graze cows and the cattle graze on the hills, and the animals graze in the grasses, along with other plants.
The people of the area were not farmers, and so they did not make much use of the grasslands for cultivation.
In the past, the hills have been used for gathering firewood.
Today, many people are living in Kambals hills to raise their families.
The Kamballam village in Kumblamal village is a place where people go to get firewood, and it is also where the people who live there graze the animals.
This village has a number of traditional buildings.
In a village like this, there is a lot of respect for the land, so there is also great respect for animals.
The animals have to graze for a long time and the grass is so fertile.
They are not afraid of them.
The only way that the animal people could get fire in Kabbal village was to take a lot.
In some places, people were only allowed to use firewood from a firewood stand, while in others, they were allowed to put a lot and collect firewood on the ground.
The grasses are very valuable for food.
For the hill-people, the grass was also used as fuel.
Kabbali villagers gather firewood and make the fire in the hills The hills in Kamba region are rich in natural resources.
The high altitude, which is also important in this region, gives a lot to the people living there.
The region has a lot in terms of minerals and plants.
There have been numerous villages here, which are now extinct, and there are other areas that have been destroyed by mining.
The mining is done to extract coal, iron ore and zinc.
As the hills are surrounded by mountains, there are no roads in the area.
There used to be some roads here, but they were destroyed by the mining.
There were several mining projects here.
But the hill farmers do not have any roads.
They have to go by foot or by camel.
In these days, there have been people living in the mountains.
This has resulted in many different villages being formed in the hill area.
These villages have many ancient monuments that still exist.
They also have their own language, called Kambalam.
This language is still spoken today.
They used to speak their language in the past when they used to go to the hills.
The village elders would go there for firewood gathering and they would also collect fire and put it in a wooden box.
They would also tell the people to get a certain amount of firewood in the box and they also give them their own food.
In many cases, the people gathered firewood for a large number of years.
The hill people are very good at gathering fire.
They will gather fire from the same place for many years, even if there is not a lot firewood there.
When the hills were being mined, they used a lot for mining, and they have to collect it from different places.
In Kamba, there were many people who collected firewood daily for the last four or five years, and also they collected fire for the past four or three years, to prepare for the mine.
When they would gather fire in this place, they would not have much firewood to go around with them.
However, some people in the Kamba hills also collected fire to prepare themselves for the upcoming mining project.
As per the old people, the Kambala village is also home to a number different traditional crafts, called kambalas.
These kambala crafts are a source of wealth in the village, as well as for the people in their village.
For example, the old man who is living here collects firewood here and he is very skilled in the use of fire.
The traditional craftsmen also do not take the people of other villages, like the people from the hills and the people near the hills in their villages.
They only take the local people of their villages and do not engage in any